Oriana Camara A Constitution Day Essay Winner!
ConVal's Oriana Camara was recognized as a Constitution Day Essay Contest winner this week. The annual essay contest is held in the state in September as part of the Constitution Day observance. This year's topic was the conflict between free speech rights and cyberbullying. Camara and other winners from across the state were recognized on Tuesday during a ceremony at the NH Supreme Court in Concord. For the full story, click here. Congratulatioons, Oriana!
This Week: "Les Misérables," Four Shows Only
Some Shows Sold Out, Call 924-3869 For Standby Tickets!
ConVal Drama presents "Les Misérables: School Edition " on November 20, 21, and 22 at 7:00pm and November 23 at 2:00pm in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre at ConVal High School, Peterborough. Tickets are available at the door, $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. Due to mature language and themes, parental guidance is suggested for children under the age of 13. Advanced reservations are strongly encouraged at 924-3869.
"Les Misérables: School Edition" is the musicalization of the epic journey Jean Valjean takes from prison to redemption and the lives he touches along the way. Featuring an iconic cast of characters, and memorable scenes to tug at your heartstrings, audience members will certainly leave the theatre with a reminder of the healing power of forgiveness.
Based on hit Broadway production, the School Edition still features all of the classic standards of the original including "I Dreamed a Dream," "Master of the House," "One Day More" and "On My Own." Performed entirely by students, the power of the storytelling and song will envelop you in an experience not to be missed.
ConVal District students performing in Les Miserables: School Edition are: Ingrid Aho, Cameron Ibach and Kyra Lloyd of Antrim, Emily Aucella, Chris Heffernan, Simon Kelso and Brianna Stevens of Bennington, Makenzie Lucas of Dublin, Jill Pierson, Zoe Smith and Dillon Sullivan of Francestown, Alanna Batty, Nick Batty and Robert Sleeper of Greenfield, Christi Pearce and Somerset Young of Hancock, Emma Canty-Carrel of Harrisville, Devin Batcheller, Riley Bemont, Grace Christensen, Madeline Ciocci, Emma Crowley, Daniel Curran, Joshua Curran, Cassie Cutting, Tory Eichler, Daniel Frehner, Becket Gourlay, Ethan Gourlay, Haley Greenyer, Sarah Hurley, Kaylin Krslovic, Rebekah Loll, Caroline Riffle, Marley Sorbello, Calle Walton and Luke Wilson of Peterborough, and Michelle Jarest, John Sheridan and Aleia Wozmack of Temple.